Linzi and Pat enjoy the bougainvilleas in bloom at the fiesta grounds in Concordia, a foothill town of the Mexican Sierra Madre Mountains. It used to be called Villa de San Sebastian. It was founded by conquistador Iberra in 1565.
Silver was found nearby. The French colonized this area and built this cathedral, St. Sebastian, between 1705 and 1785.
Linzi re-heads a statue beheaded when the French colonist were thrown out of the country.